With California pushing for zero net energy buildings, it is important students are educated on the subject.
In October, San Luis Obispo signed a unanimous resolution to support a ban on drilling and fracking along the coast.
Six freshmen honor students teamed up with the Sustainability Center to build a community garden at Cal Poly.
A survey created by a team of student researches looked at Cal Poly students’ perspective on climate change.
The Cal Poly National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws had it’s first meeting to discuss the cannabis industry.
Zero Waste Leaders will attend future events and tailgates to encourage students to be zero-waste.
When it comes to energy efficiency, waste reduction and food sustainability, Cal Poly has continued to make strides.
The Real Food Collaborative introduced Community Supported Agriculture boxes, bringing fresh produce to students.
In an effort to impact the daily routines of students, Cal Poly’s Green Campus Program will be holding the 10th Annual Conservation and Diversion Challenge (AC/DC) to motivate students living in the red bricks to use less electricity and water.…